English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "fracture"

The old woman suffered a hip fracture when she fell getting out of bedHe fell and fractured his skull while skateboarding.

The old woman suffered a hip fracture when she fell getting out of bed.

My sister fractured my father's rib when she ran into him while playing squash.

The coalition has been fractured by rumors of a split between the leaders of the different parties.

He sprained his wrist and fractured his arm in the car accident.

The woman was treated for a fractured arm, and released from hospital.

He had a compound fracture of the arm, and we could see the bone sticking out.

The injury to his ankle is only a sprain, not a fracture as originally thought.

The young boy fractured his wrist when he fell while roller-blading.

The driver of the car had his skull fractured when his head hit the windshield.

Studies show that for older people, regular physical activity helps maintain the ability to live independently, and reduces the risk of falling and fracturing bones.

Hilary Clinton once said that what we have to do is to find a way to celebrate our diversity, and debate our differences without fracturing our communities.

In the 1500s, the power of the Catholic Church was challenged and finally fractured by the Protestant Reformation.

In 1999, the most popular reggae singer in Mauritius was arrested during a rally to legalize marijuana, and later died of a skull fracture while in police custody.

In general, rocks are naturally broken by systems of fractures called joints.

Find someone who has fractured a bone.


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